National Auto Parts Expands Its Product Range

National Auto Parts Expands Its Product Range

National Auto Parts, the clutch and brake specialists, has enlarged its extensive clutch portfolio with four new-to-range additions that cover both light commercial vehicle (LCV) and passenger car applications. The expansion includes one clutch kit for Mazda RX8 2.6 (2004-2012) and an SMF kit, service kit, and a guide tube for Volkswagen T5 Transporter 1.9 TDI (2003-2009).

The company’s catalogue consists of more than 900 clutch components covering 4600 applications for passenger cars and LCVs. It updates itself regularly with new vehicle parts and it consistently undertakes wide research of the latest applications, to make sure that its customers benefit from one of the best product ranges in the UK and European Independent Aftermarket.

National Auto Parts has an experience of 30 years in the aftermarket, developing itself as a manufacturer and distributor, ultimately becoming a specialist in clutch and brake components for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. Its portfolio covers brake drums, brake pads, brake discs, clutch kits, clutch concentric slave cylinders and conventional solid flywheel replacement kits for dual mass flywheel applications.

For those interested in purchasing the new-to-range parts, they are all listed in the online catalogue which can be found on the website at or via MAM Software’s AutoCat cataloguing system or TecDoc.

National is based in Alfreton in the Amber Valley district of Derbyshire, England and are conveniently situated just 5 minutes away from junction 28 of the M1 motorway. Its quality assurance system has been certified in accordance with the International Standard ISO 9001:2008 and all of its products are supplied under the category of ‘spare parts of matching quality’, which are in line with the requirements of Commission Regulation (EU) No. 461/2010. Moreover, National’s range covers over 95% of the UK and European vehicle parc and is maintained by a continuous range development programme.

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